Adobe Sign Overview
Adobe Sign, an electronic signature service, gives you the ability to send documents and collect signatures electronically for approval. Adobe Sign works within your existing systems and processes, and the e-signatures are secure and legal. With Adobe Sign, you can prepare and send a document for esignature in a few quick clicks. Sign and return on any device in minutes. And track each step from beginning to end.
Access to Adobe Sign is easier and more secure because it is now part of LMU's Adobe enterprise plan available for all active faculty and staff. Students do not need an Adobe Sign account to sign for documents.
Stay tune for campus wide announcement and ITS direct email in the coming weeks about how to get your account or request a department training.
To jump start your Adobe Sign learning, check out the tutorials below.
How Do I Request an Adobe Sign Account
Phase I begins on Friday, Mar. 15, between 10:30 am and 12:30 pm. During this phase, personal Adobe Sign account for about 45 faculty and staff will be migrated to the enterprise plan.
Phase II will begin with campus wide communication through LMU This Week emails, email outreach to departments to schedule overview, and more.
Please check back regularly for updates.
Is Adobe Sign the Right Tool for You
Before you invest your time and energy to learn about Adobe Sign, we are working on a checklist to help you. Please check back shortly.
Adobe Sign FAQs
Click here to read more frequently asked questions provided by Adobe.
Check back regularly as we will be posting LMU related questions and answers.
Adobe Sign Tutorials
- Adobe Sign Tutorials (Learn the basics, or refine your skills)
- Adobe Sign Beginner's Guide (Get started with Adobe Sign)
- Training Basics 101 - Adobe Sign (How to send and sign)
- Adobe Sign Quick Setup Guide (Recommended first steps for getting your account configured and ready to send transactions)
- Adobe Sign User Guide
- Adobe Sign - Creating Forms within Acrobat
- Adobe Sign - Calculated Fields
- Adobe Sign for Microsoft - Outlook Add-in
We will be posting additional quick reference guides tailored to LMU in the coming weeks.